Lesbians : celebrating the past, and partying for the future

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The world’s only independent lesbian museum, The Charlotte Museum has just opened in Auckland, New Zealand.  Its on  Karangahape Road which is commonly known as K’ Road and has a long, queer history. In the 1970s, it was home to one of the country’s first lesbian nightclubs, as well as several gay clubs in the ’80s … Continue reading

LEVI KREIS : Sand, Stars and Guitars @ Palm Springs

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    One of QUEERGURU’s favorite queer Tony Award Winners LEVI KREIS is heading to perform at the Palm  Springs Cultural  Center next month.  Singer/songwriter Kreis won his Tony as  Jerry Lee Lewis in Million Dollar Quartet but has appeared in other Broadway Shows such as Don’t Let Go, One Red Flower: Letters from ‘Nam, … Continue reading

Palm Springs celebrates the life of HEKLINA on her birthday

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  On what would have been HEKLINA’s Birthday on Saturday, June 17 The Palm Springs Cultural Center will be celebrating her life love, laughs, and filthy jokes.  The party will be hosted  by Mario Diaz, Vanity Halston and Anita Treadmill with performances  by her friends: Deven Green & Handsome Ned, Mutha Chucka,  Monistat  and Matthew Martin & Andy Clements It will … Continue reading

The California premiere of Martin Sherman’s GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM

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  GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM is a remarkably moving, brilliantly funny love story between an older man and his much younger partner.  This is playwright Martin Sherman’s newest play.  His works include the seminal gay play, BENT as well as the book of the musical THE BOY FROM OZ. ​Beau, a pianist ex-pat living in … Continue reading

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